Karel Vladimir Vydra, chemical and industrial engineer. Achievements include several patents in the field of sulfuric acid, combustion, and cleaning of hot gases. Lieutenant, Czechoslovak Air Force, 1960, C. Budejovice.
Vydra, Karel Vladimir was born on December 10, 1935 in Hradec Kralove, Czechoslovakia. Arrived in Germany, 1968. Son of Karel and Ruzena (Fittlova) Vydra.
Master of Science in Engineering, Czech High Technology School, Prague, 1959. Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering, Technology University, Clausthal, Germany, 1973.
Research and Development engineer ZVU/Skoda, Hradec Kralove, 1960-1968, Lurgi, Frankfurt, Germany, 1968-1973, senior Research and Development engineer Germany, 1973-1988, project leader Germany, since 1988.
Achievements include several patents in the field of sulfuric acid, combustion, and cleaning of hot gases.
Co-author: Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry, 1994. Contributor articles to (journals) Chemie-Ingenieur-Technik and GWF-Gas/Erdgas.
Lieutenant, Czechoslovak Air Force, 1960, C. Budejovice.
Married Ludmila Zofie Novakova, March 20, 1965. Children: Jan, Maria.